Harrisburg was real good to me last night. I slept fine & we awoke this morning listening to a baby duckling.
Wirts gave us a fine breakfast. We got lost going to our first meeting but were just a little late.
Our addresses were inspirational and our discussions were very helpful.
I am beginning to know Harold's fine college friends. We spent our "free" time this afternoon roaming over the city.
After a big banquet & review this evening, we went to a party at Carter's.
The moon was shining full almost. Longings it aroused cannot be written here.
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